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Ever wanted to try Hubspot for free

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Thoughtful, Apr 8, 2013.

  1. Thoughtful

    Thoughtful Registered Member

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    bookmarked, will give this a try :)
     
  3. TheMoneyWizard

    TheMoneyWizard Elite Member

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    I will also give this a try after, thanks!
     
  4. yufei0325

    yufei0325 Newbie

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    Looks so powerful to have a try!
     
  5. nichelinks

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    Anyone tried with Hubspot? Please post your reviews
     
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    I try it not bad idia
     
  7. Roshaen

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    SUrely going to give it a try thanks.
     
  8. rhinocat

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    Thank for share
    I'm going to try this soon
     
  9. swagguru

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    Sounds like a solid system. I will sign up and give it a try. Thanks for sharing.
     
  10. istart

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    I've been using Hubspot for 2 years now and there have been ups and downs.

    Their contact management and lead nurturing is amazing for instance. The system makes it very easy to track and optimize your site for conversions.

    When we first migrated our site though, the code (html+css+js) was a complete mess and the cms was limiting to say the least.

    They've just announced a release of their COS (content optimization system) that will blow away the previous clunky content management. I'm migrating my site over to that in November. It's pricey...The enterprise version that we have is $15000 a year and it only allows for 10,000 contacts at any given time.

    If you ever get a chance though, go to their inbound conference next year. I went this year and it was amazing! Look me up if you're planning on going.
     
  11. Kate Willson

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    I'll also try Hubspot and then give post a review on BHW.
     
  12. garrido

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    Too expensive IMO.
     
  13. abponline

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    thanks mate! will check it out
     
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    Wow - that's expensive.

    That said there is an absolutely wealth of good quality info on the site.
     
  15. Xcon11

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    is there any alternatives for hubspot that anyone knows of? a cheap version lets say?